This is the tale of three people and the array of women involved in the development of what each character's perception of love is all about. After watching drugs and miscommunication divide her parent's relationship, Celeste Bellamy's view of love was unconsciously distorted. For some reason her choice in men always seemed to end up wrong until she met Mitchell Austin. He was the "ONE." So she thinks until the first time she was approached by his obsessive ex-girlfriend, Trinity Westbrook. Trinity learned from her mom that it didn't matter what number she was in a man's book as long as she was on the list. Mitchell finds himself in love with both of them and both of them find themselves in love with him. Friends and family turn a deaf ear to Celeste's cry after the STD and baby mama drama. She knows they feel she is stupid for still loving him and she begins to think they are right. When the pain becomes unbearable, Celeste finds herself toggling between sacrifice and change.